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I'd clean it up, reorganize it, and try again, month after month. Until I realized that I just had too much stuff.; 75% of it I didn't need, want, or even use. Minimizing is my key to organizing.
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Once I'd decluttered and downsized my stash--I came up with this crazy simple way to organize what was left. Here's how I started:
F R E Q U E N C Y O F U S EFirst, I divided my minimized stash by how often I used it. The items that I use daily, I leave on my bathroom vanity. I keep my weekly #WashDayExperience products in my storage cart next to my bathroom. My other items, those that I rely on for super special occasions, I store in my closet.
S T O R A G E S O L U T I O N SMy daily products live on a tray that I picked at Dollar Tree (for a dollar too!). I'm not a naturally tidy person, so I love this tray because it gives my mind a designated spot for my items. (My husband also loves that my stuff isn't on his side of the vanity.)
My weekly #WashDayExperience items are stored in this cart from IKEA. Each of the four drawers has a specific designation:
- Accessories & Combs
- Shampoos & Styling Tools
- Priming Products (Leave-ins and stylers)
Lastly, my super special occasion items like my steam rollers, perm rods, and flexis are separated into clear stack-able containers (also available at Dollar Tree).
S H O P I T!Cart- Ikea
Basket Insert- Ikea
Clear stack-able containers- Dollar Tree
Silver tray- Dollar Tree
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For all of my other items that didn't fall into any of these categories, I asked myself:
Why do I have this? and Do I actually use this?
Most of my answers were really lame, so I let all that other stuff go. How do you organize your hair products?